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Stevie Wonder

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Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Creepin’” By Stevie Wonder

When it c … (read more…)

The Byrds

1965, The Byrds were at No.1 on the singles chart with their version of the Bob Dylan song “Mr Tambourine Man.” It was the first Bob Dylan song to reach No.1.

1966, The Who played at Brittania Pier in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England.

All four Beatles an … (read more…)

Welcome to The 3D RadioActivity Flight program. To operate your seatbelt, insert the metal tab into the buckle, and pull tight. It works just like every other one, and if you don’t know how to operate it, you probably shouldn’t be out in public unsupervised. In the event of a sudden loss of cabin pressure, these baggy things will drop down over your head from the ceiling. Stop screaming, grab the mask, and pull it over your face. If you have a small child traveling with you, secure your own before assisting with theirs. If you are traveling with two small children … (read more…)


Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “‘Til I Die” by The Beach Boys

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johnny-winterWhen your heroes die, it’s time to grow up. One of my heroes—a guitar hero—died on Wednesday, joining a long list of people whose talent thrilled me for so many years of my youth.

Johnny Winter was 70 years old when he passed away this week. He’d been playing guitar since he was 15, playing very hard and very loud. He was a Texas bluesman who adored Muddy Waters and Howlin’ … (read more…)

1964, The Beatles were at No.1 on the singles chart with “A Hard Days Night,” the group’s fifth.

1964, The Beatles take part in the Night of a Hundred Stars at the London Palladium.

1965, The Kinks perform “You Really Got Me” on the TV show, Where the Action Is.

1965,  The Dave Clark F … (read more…)



Song Of The Day by Eric Berman – “Cry Me A River” by Jul … (read more…)

beatles-introducing-beatles1963, The Beatles’ first US album, Introducing The Beatles was pressed by Vee-Jay Records, who thought they had obtained the legal rights from EMI affiliate, Trans-Global Records. When it was finally released in January, 1964, Capitol Records would hit Vee Jay with an injunction against manufacturing, distributing, advertising, or … (read more…)